With more tennis clubs than kilometres of coastline, bowling greens galore and some of Australia's top golf courses, Bayside is a great place to stay both physically and socially active.
You can find some of the clubs tailored to the needs of older residents below...
Based in Hampton, they are a social club playing doubles in a relaxed and friendly environment. Members are welcome from a wide range of ages and abilities.
Cricket club for those not ready to hang up their bats or eager to get back in the game. Competitions for over 50s, 60s, and 68 age groups. Midweek games both fixture and ad hoc and club games. Our emphasis is on participation, friendship and enjoyment.
For beginners to experiences players and with bowling, tennis and other activities on offer, Black Rock Sports Club caters for all of your sporting needs. The club is also a social hub, with monthly entertainment and meals.
Intrenched in Brighton's history, the club provide a friendly social set up which welcomes new members to this ageless game. Both social and competitive croquet are played here throughout the year.
Brighton Golf Course offers a different ladies competition every morning of the working week, including a mixed men's and women's competition. They also provide coaching for seniors.
Offering competitive bowls on various days, Elsternwick Park Sports Club provides an inclusive and fun environment for anyone to participate regardless of their skill, health or age. They also provide free coaching and regular social events throughout the year.
Located on Beach Road, Sandringham Croquet Club welcomes men and women to play together and join their vibrant social scene.
Whether you want to return to the game or elongate your career, Sandringham's Over 55s has regular organised sessions to improve your game in an enjoyable environment.